Open Green Map to Support the Greening of China

 
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In and Around China with Green Map

Young Mapmakers share results in HeFei
Young Mapmakers share results in HeFei

Hello to Green Map supporters! We continue to make steady progress and are excited to share brief updates from the region including and around China.

In September, we topped the 60 country milestone. Among those newly registered is the first Tibetan Green Map project. It was initiated by the Tibetan Village Project, a non-profit, non-political organization dedicated to promoting sustainable development while preserving the rich cultural heritage of Tibet. Tibet is our network’s 10th Asian country!

Japan’s Exhibition

This summer, a Green Map exhibition was created for the prestigious Zenrin Museum in Kita-kyushu, located just across the East China Sea from Shanghai in Japan. Several Chinese Green Maps were displayed amongst the Green Maps created across Asia and around the world. Lectures and interactive workshops rounded out the visitors’ experience. Youth and families even took time to explore Kita-Kyushu and create their own Green Maps. More about the exhibition is linked below.

Our Social Mapping Platform

Gradually evolving with new features and information, we updated the “About” section of Open Green Map. Fresh EPA students at Guangzhou Mega University Centre pitched in and updated the Chinese interface. This helps us attract new participants from China on a regular basis, with Xinhui, Jiangmen City ( ) - Guangdong Province joining us today.

Blogging from HeFei CHINA

We love seeing the blog posts by dedicated young people like the group of green urban planning students from Hefei University of Technology who shared their method of mapmaking in August. They went out around different parts o the city charting green living sites, taking time to interview citizens, including residents of retirement homes, about their environmental and future visions.

We appreciate how they enriched their mapmaking with in-depth interviews and discussions and we are looking forward to seeing the outcomes! More information about their experience (in Chinese) and and photographs are linked below.

Thank you as always for your support as together, we map our way to be more beautiful and healthy world. 

Interviewing elders for the GangJi town Green Map
Interviewing elders for the GangJi town Green Map
Kita-kyushu Green Map Exhibition
Kita-kyushu Green Map Exhibition

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Green Map System

New York, NY, United States
http://www.greenmap.org

Project Leader

Wendy E. Brawer

Founding Director & Secretary
New York, NY United States

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Map of Open Green Map to Support the Greening of China